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Reserve Bank is not to blame for the state of the economy
Tough choices will remain for SA when unearned respite fades
Short-termism and its unsustainable outcomes
SA must cut carbon emissions quickly — to protect its own economy
Careful with that cure for inflation
The Reserve Bank and Treasury's fiscal policies are bearing fruit
Fed hikes could trigger US recession — and global uncertainty
The Russia-Ukraine war will hurt SA’s investment ambitions: lessons from nine wars
The fog of negativity is clouding sight of real reforms
The Reserve Bank must raise interest rates — but how high and how fast?
It will be even harder for SA to attract investment
Government has made bold moves, business must reciprocate

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Markets Daily: Servile parliamentary budget office has failed SA
Servile parliamentary budget office has failed SA
Markets Daily: International evidence of why we should pursue economic reforms
Markets Daily: The last SARB MPC forecasts overlooked the need for judgement
Reserve Bank’s murky messages over rates move hurt confidence
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Markets Daily: SARB keeps repo rate unchanged at 3.5%

Markets Daily: SARB keeps repo rate unchanged at 3.5%

Published on   September 18th, 2020
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